The German luxury-car legend is known for high-dollar, high-tech premium sedans, SUVs, coupes, wagons, and convertibles. At one end of spectrum is the A-class, which is a great subcompact sedan. Joining the A-class as one our favorite compact sedans is the C-class. The E-class is terrific, with its effortless performance and peerless luxury for the price. The GLS is a great full-size SUV and a great value, and an all-new model arrived for 2019.
Mercedes is future-proofing the iconic G-class by creating the EQG, keeping the off-road chops but replacing the V-8 engine with electric motors and batteries.
Rather than continuing to sell both C-class and E-class convertibles, Mercedes-Benz is expected to combine both into the new 2023 CLE-class Cabriolet.
The 2023 EQB, borrowing its body from the GLB-class SUV, should be among the first SUVs from Mercedes-Benz's new EQ subbrand and a boxier alternative to the EQA.
The all-electric Mercedes-Benz EQE is set to challenge Tesla and other makers of luxury sedans in the burgeoning electric-vehicle market.
With a fresh design, more advanced tech features, and additional luxury touches, the all-new 2023 Mercedes-Benz GLC-class SUV is shaping up to be winner.
Distilling a luxury brand's ethos down to an affordable entry-level sedan is a task wrought with compromise, but the Mercedes-Benz A-class pulls it off.
Buying an entry-level Mercedes-Benz such as the 2022 CLA-class, which is based on the A-class sedan, no longer means compromising on refinement or driving joy.
With a coupe-like profile that gives it a handsome appearance, the Mercedes-Benz CLS450 sedan sacrifices cargo and passenger space for vanity's sake.
The Mercedes-Benz E-class can be had with two doors or four and a hard top or soft top—but every version is technologically advanced and unquestionably opulent.
The 2022 Mercedes-Benz E-class All-Terrain wagon's key attributes are there for all to see. It's practical, great-looking, luxurious, and rare.
As part of Mercedes's EQ subbrand, the EQA is an all-electric subcompact luxury crossover that's based on the GLA-class and possibly slated for sale in the U.S.
The Mercedes-Benz EQS sedan is an all-electric version of the iconic S-class, rife with luxury features and finishes and an impressive amount of technology.
Sitting at the bottom of Mercedes-Benz's SUV hierarchy, the diminutive 2022 GLA-class brings style and luxury to a compact package.
As the boxy brother to the brand's fastback GLA-class SUV, the 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLB-class brings a style all its own to go with its increased practicality.
The Mercedes-Benz GLC-class lives up to its luxury billing with a beautiful cabin, but even though it's surprisingly quick, this crossover isn't great to drive.
The Mercedes-Benz GLC300 coupe has many characteristics of a high-riding SUV, but its fastback roofline provides a striking design, albeit with compromises.
As the spiritual successor to the M-class SUV, the 2022 Mercedes-Benz GLE-class is a technology showpiece with a spacious cabin and legit off-road credentials.
As the S-class of Mercedes-Benz's SUVs, the 2022 GLS-class aims to deliver an undeniably upscale experience for up to seven riders, and it succeeds.
The Mercedes-Benz S-class remains the gold standard of large luxury cars, with a lavishly appointed interior and as much tech as a Silicon Valley startup.
With diverse powertrain options and impressive technology, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is a highly configurable full-size van for hard-working folks.
Entry-level models provide shoppers with an affordably priced way into a luxury brand's lineup, and the 2021 A-class is no different for Mercedes-Benz.
Gateway models often fall short of their more expensive counterparts in a luxury brand's lineup, but that isn't the case with the 2021 Mercedes-Benz C-class.
The 2021 Mercedes-Benz CLA250 and CLA250 4Matic deliver the marque's singular brand of German automotive luxury at a relatively accessible price.
Elegant, luxurious, tech-laden, and reasonably sporty, the CLS trades practicality for a large helping of style.
With a tranquil interior and high-tech features, the Mercedes-Benz E-class is the downsized equivalent of an S-class, delivering equal parts comfort and style.
Practical, handsome, and unique, the 2021 Mercedes-Benz E-class wagon is one of our favorite cars.
The Mercedes-Benz EQC wasn't the quickest pick in its class, but it would have been an excellent choice for an electrified SUV that rates highly for comfort and luxury.
With a hallowed history and a hefty price tag, the unmistakable Mercedes-Benz G-class allows the affluent to showcase their riches on and off the beaten path.
For style, luxury, and brand cachet in a compact-SUV package, look no further than the Mercedes-Benz GLA-class, which is new and improved for 2021.
The 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLB-class slots into the narrow gap in the company's SUV lineup between the GLA250 and the GLC300 with a boxy shape that offers plenty of practicality.
The Mercedes-Benz GLC-class is quick in a straight line and handsome all over, but the compact luxury ute isn't as much fun to drive as its sportier peers.
The Mercedes-Benz GLC300 coupe is flashier than its squareback SUV counterpart, but being more fashionable leads to compromised rear headroom and cargo space.
The 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLE-class marries a luxurious cabin and a potent powertrain, but its best features are locked away inside expensive option packages.
The spacious and indisputably luxurious 2021 GLS-class sits atop the Mercedes-Benz SUV hierarchy, and compared with the boxy G-wagen, it's far more elegant.
The Metris has the sophistication expected from a Mercedes and the capabilities needed from a work van.
The all-new Mercedes-Benz S-class is poised to further solidify its reputation as the ultimate luxury car with even greater refinement and more technology.
With a long list of variations as well as desirable safety and technology features, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is a full-size van with impressive versatility.
With its refined handling and upscale cabin, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz A-class is a winner among subcompact luxury sedans.
With a fuel-efficient engine and a deluxe cabin, the 2020 Mercedes C300 is one of the top compact-luxury cars on the market.
Redesigned and reinvigorated for 2020, the Mercedes CLA 250 comes out swinging with sleek design and smooth handling.
With its stunning design and artful driving dynamics, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz CLS-class is a large luxury car that's easy to love.
Opulent, comfortable, and loaded with tech, the Mercedes-Benz E-class offers the same virtues as the more expensive S-class at a lower price.
With luxurious trimmings, a plush driving experience, and lots of cargo space, the Mercedes E-class wagon is a rare combination of elegance and practicality.
Surprisingly refined on-road and unsurprisingly capable off-road, the legendary G-class is a rugged and sophisticated SUV for the rich and famous.
With its small size and less-than-luxurious interior, the Mercedes-Benz GLA feels more like a hatchback than a true compact luxury SUV.
The GLB-class expands Mercedes-Benz's SUV offerings with a luxurious and spacious vehicle equipped with impressive technology at a low starting price.
With notable refinement and an upscale interior, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC-class is a wholly competent crossover that could only benefit from more excitement.
The GLC coupe's voluptuous good looks make it a standout, and it also serves up poised, unflappable handling.
It's fashionable, desirable, capable, and practical, but the GLE-class demands a hefty outlay of cash and a handful of compromises.
Like the brand's flagship S-class sedan, the 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLS-class SUV blends a luxurious cabin with refined road manners in an elegant package.
If you need a small van that's refined enough for daily commutes and muscular enough for towing and hauling, look no further than the Metris.
With potent powertrains and terrific ride and handling, the elegant yet sporty Mercedes-Benz SL-class has aged but still has sparkling curb appeal.
More than just a handsome face, the SLC-class delivers thrilling handling and essential driver-assistance features.
With dazzling looks, creamy powertrains, and fit and finish that could shame a Swiss watchmaker, the S-class is the undisputed king of clout.
With copious safety features and variations, including diesel power and four-wheel drive, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter full-size van is a true jack-of-all-trades.
The 2019 A-class sedan may be the smallest Mercedes sold in the U.S., but it boasts high-tech features and a roomy cabin—more interior passenger space.
With as many flavors as a fro-yo shop, the C-class offers luxury and performance in a tidy package.
It might be the least expensive Benz available, but the CLA-Class's swoopy design makes it one of the more stylish cars on the road.
The CLS borrows a chassis and interior trimmings from the E-class but puts its own slinky spin on the exterior styling.
Elegantly styled inside and out, the 2019 E-class lineup pampers its occupants and makes long-distance drives feel like jaunts across town.
We think station wagons are inherently better at moving people and stuff than either SUVs or even crossovers are.
Don't be fooled by its styling, which emulates Geländewagens of yesteryear, the 2019 Mercedes G-wagen is all-new, thoroughly modernized, and effortlessly charming.
Consider the 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLA-class a hot hatch for 401k-contributing adults: It's kind of a crossover and kind of a performance hatchback.
Put the C-class sedan on stilts and you get the 2019 Mercedes GLC 300, a competent luxury crossover that also features the style and panache of its sedan sibling.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz GLC coupe proffers curvaceous curb appeal and reasonable performance.
Hulking three-row SUVs are a product of America, a huge shiny mirror that reflects all of our excesses and immodesties.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz Metris is the epitome of van versatility, with multiple configurations and remarkable capabilities.
Calling the 2019 Mercedes-Benz SL-class a sports car is only telling half the story: It's a compelling blend of passenger comfort and driving excitement.
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz S-class has long been synonymous with luxury, thanks to the car's elegant aesthetics and compelling performance.
With body styles to haul cargo or people, including seating for up to 15, the 2019 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is a true jack-of-all-trades.
If you love the Mercedes-Benz S-class but want something smaller and more affordable, the C-class coupe and cabriolet aren't likely to disappoint.
The CLA-class provides an attractive entry into the Mercedes-Benz family, but its luxury quotient lags behind its larger siblings.
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-class coupe and cabriolet offer S-class luxury and features at a scaled down size and price.
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz E-class wagon coddles occupants in luxury while providing a comfy ride and plenty of room for cargo.
The legendary Mercedes G-class is a rugged and sophisticated SUV for well-heeled buyers.
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz GLA-class may not offer the luxury and interior room of some rivals, but it is fun to drive.
The GLC-class will suit buyers who value a comfortable ride and stylish interior over driving verve.
The GLC Coupe has controversial styling and trails many rivals in utility, but if offers a comfortable interior and satisfying driving dynamics.
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz GLS-class is big, fast, composed, and graceful, earning it a place at the top of the luxury SUV class.
The venerable Mercedes-Benz S-class sets the bar for all luxury sedans in looks, performance, and opulence.
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz SL-class serves up performance, comfort, and oodles of character, although it's getting a bit dated.
The B-class puts some juice into the legendary three-pointed star, making for a truly electrifying experience.
Designed for comfortable cruising, the E-class delivers much of the luxury of the bigger S-class at a lower price.
The E-class wagon is elegant, plush, and quick enough for all but the most enthusiastic drivers.
The GLA250 may lack the luxury and roominess of some rivals, but it makes up for it with a fun-to-drive nature.
The GLS-class is large, fast, and comfortable, but its strong suit is its delightful driving character.
As the flagship Mercedes-Benz sedan, the S-class sets the standard for large luxury models.
The S-class delivers on style, performance, and comfort, although it's getting a bit dated.
With two seats, a luxurious interior, and a standard retractable hardtop, the SLK is like a scaled-down SL-class for around half the price.
Crazy expensive, hugely powerful, and anachronistic in looks, this is not for the shy.
To keep it fresh in a crowded segment, the GLK receives a face lift, an upgraded interior, and a more powerful V-6 with fuel-saving stop-start technology.
There’s much to like about the M-class—the first-rate cabin, modern tech, and towing ability—but those seeking something sporty should keep looking.
At about twice the cost of a base ML350, the ML63 AMG requires a big outlay to enjoy its prodigious power and exclusivity.
Behold these Teutonic chariots that mix sumptuous luxury with earth-shaking power.
Underneath the SLK55’s long, handsome hood dwells a hand-built 5.
The SLS AMG GT is an incredibly fast and rare supercar that harkens back to the Gullwings of yore.
The C63 AMG coupe is the final place of refuge for Benz’s 451-hp, naturally aspirated 6.
Proud, indomitable, utterly stable and intimidating, Benz’s big coupes should come with a Swiss bank account and diplomatic immunity.
They’re more like road-bound private jets than two-door coupes: big, thundering on the outside (but quiet inside), and relentless.
Based on the last-generation Mercedes-Benz B-class, the hydrogen-powered F-cell is an electric mini-minivan fueled by compressed hydrogen.
The R-class is a luxurious, if slightly weird, way to move up to seven people.
The CLK-class offers style, comfort, speed, and a decent rear seat but at a price that exceeds that of rivals.
Originally sold as a coupe, the SLR is now available only as a roadster.